Discussion :: Building Construction - Section 2 (Q.No.3)
Expansion joints in masonry walls are provided if length exceeds
Answer: Option D
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|Issah said: (Jan 28, 2016)|
|Why is it 40 m?|
|Madhusudan said: (Apr 7, 2016)|
|It is not 40 m i.e. 45 m. When the length is more than 45 m we provide an expansion joint for safety.|
|Sovan said: (Feb 10, 2017)|
|According to IS 3414: 1968.
Cl no. 6.3.1.
In brick or stone masonry expansion joints normally need not be necessary, except in the case of long walls exceeding 30 m in length; in such long walls the expansion joints shall be not less than 15 mm wide and shall be spaced not more than 30 m apart.
|Manoj said: (Mar 23, 2017)|
|Not in 40m, it is provided just 25 to 30 m length when the length of masnory work is more than 100m.|
|Mahendiran said: (Mar 25, 2017)|
|In brick masonry or stone masonry, it is provided at the expansion joint of 25M to 30M. It is the correct expansion space at a longer wall.|
|Anil said: (Oct 27, 2017)|
|Answer is 30.|
|Chandan Kumar said: (Nov 20, 2017)|
|Always in brick masonary and stone masonary is provide 30m.|
|B.Sukla said: (Jun 10, 2018)|
|Yes, it's 30 m.|
|Joy said: (Dec 4, 2019)|
|It is 30m as is 456.|
|Gaurav said: (Jul 11, 2020)|
|According to Clause 6.3.1, IS Code:3414-1968.
30 m will be the answer.
|Rajn said: (Aug 21, 2021)|
|30 for masonry and 45 for RCC.|
|Bibek Yadav said: (Jun 9, 2022)|
|For masonry 40m.
For Rcc 45m.
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